When Westlake Village resident Sherri Rosenthal, then 60, learned she had stage 1 breast cancer in 2013, she reacted calmly. Even though the invasive ductal cancer tumor in her left breast was small and not aggressive, she told the breast surgeon she wanted both breasts removed.
Breast cancer is the most common type of invasive cancer among women in the United States and 1 in 8 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer during the course of their lifetime, so taking steps to keep your breasts healthy is key.
For readers nearing retirement, it is advisable to review your investment allocation. Yes, the stock market has attained all-time highs as recently as July 15, 2019, and that is notable because people think more about retirement as late stage bull markets reach new heights. Swelling 401(k) balances logically seem congruent with near-retiree optimism and confidence that you may have finally…
Spooky Celebration The Malibu Rotary Club presents their 4th annual Halloween Party to raise funds for local causes, such as Malibu Sharks Surf Team, Malibu Seawolves, BGCM Wellness Center, the Young Actors Project and other amazing Malibu causes. Master of Ceremonies Ted Silverberg leads this fun evening, taking place Friday, Oct. 25 and Saturday, Oct. … Continued
Happy October! Every month we enjoy producing a new issue full of informative articles about people, places and events in our little corner of the world. While each one is exciting, our annual Breast Cancer Awareness issue holds an extra special place in my heart. Having experienced the shock and scare of a breast cancer … Continued
All proceeds from this fun free event taking place Sunday, Nov. 3, from 2-4 p.m. at Pepperdine University’s Alumni Park benefit the Foundation’s Successful Educational Achievement Program, which provides academic and mentoring support to middle school students. Enjoy live musical performances, an interactive magic show, children’s activity table, a silent auction, mentor tribute table, butterfly release … Continued
The Dr. Susan Love Foundation for Breast Cancer Research—the largest national breast cancer charity based in Los Angeles—believes that ending breast cancer lies at the intersection of research and innovative partnerships.
Breast cancer is the second most common cancer and the second leading cause of cancer-related death in women, representing approximately 14% of all new cancer cases in the United States. Treatments for breast cancer have significantly advanced and survival rates have steadily improved since the 1990s. Early detection has contributed greatly, and one of the easiest things every woman can…